Dope, Dough and a Dream (pt. 1)

They said some dreams aren't true but Bump's Dream was far too real. College student by day and stripper by night, Dream made her presence known in Club P. Catching the attention of a local d-boy only increased her stock. And the hate. Unbeknownst to her, an old boyfriend lived by the creed, "if I can't have you, no one can". Will this Dream die or is the threat really a lie? More

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About Co Kane Publications

Co Kane d/b/a Erica Kane was born and raised in Miami, FL. She began writing poems and short stories while in middle school and continued writing throughout high school. In 1999, she was accepted to Florida A&M University (FAMU) where she obtained an Associate of Arts degree, a Bachelor of Social Work degree and a Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree. She received her Master of Human Services from Liberty University online in September 2014.
Co Kane was a contributing staff writer for the campus newspaper while in attendance at FAMU. She is an avid poem writer, hoping to one day publish her poems. She uses her writing skills in her free time, and while it may take some time for her to create her next story, she uses the downtime to try and update herself with the times that she lives in. In June 2015, she established her own publishing company called Co Kane Publications, and she is currently accepting submissions from new authors.
Today, Co Kane currently resides in Atlanta, GA. She finished and released ‘Dope, Dough and a Dream’ series, ‘Chic Allure: a Crooked Deal’ ‘Blood In, Blood Out: Buffie & Butler’s Saga’ and ‘Capital City Hoes: Backdoor Action’. She is currently re-releasing books so stay tuned. All of her work can be found on her website, www.KanePresents.com. She can be contacted at cokanepublications@gmail.com.

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